Food labels help us choose what to buy - we may want a healthier option, or need to avoid ingredients we are allergic to. Food labels inform us on the amounts of calories and nutrients in the product, and alert us on allergens.
Europe is growing. Not only in its population size, but also in the number of kilograms that we carry along. These excess kilograms are strongly linked to multiple health problems, causing a huge and growing threat to public health!
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EUFIC, food facts for healthy choices.
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A balanced diet should include a wide variety of nutrients and other food...
When humans first became settled agriculturists and started to grow food...
Foodborne illnesses are a burden on public health and contribute significantly...
A proactive approach to communicating about food is key to reassuring the public about the safety of the food supply.
Keeping our food fresh for longer helps us to avoid getting sick, benefits the environment, and saves us money. But how should we do it?
Are you lost between expert opinions, observational research and meta-analysis? Learn what's what here!
What is the difference between correlation and causation. Our infographic will help you understand.
An infographic to help you to understand the difference between the absolute and the relative risk.
Visit EUFIC's Cool Food Planet, an exciting educational website for children, to help learn about health, nutrition and food safety in a way that is engaging and fun.